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What Educational Purposes Does The “ALTA” Program Have In Stamford?

Five years ago, concerned about the problems of performance and attitude of Hispanic students in secondary public schools in Stamford, a group of South American enthusiasts proposed an education project with the goal of […] Continue Reading…


Citizens, gov’t workers join in cleanup

For the residents and businesses of the East End, especially those along the stretch of Stratford and Connecticut avenues, Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, was an Earth Day celebration they will not […] Continue Reading…


BCAC sees city making progress

The Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition (BCAC) is certainly one of the more vigorous non-profit organizations in Bridgeport. Each year, parents, educators, administrators, elected officials (particularly the Bridgeport Board of Education) and others look forward […] Continue Reading…


Redevelopment receives a boost; end of a sad tale

Here are a few random thoughts that popped up as I finally got into spring cleanup mode and began straightening out my desk. Sure, there’s still lots of paper strewn all over the place […] Continue Reading…


Radioman Quinn now voice for city’s police department

 A familiar face — well, more accurately, a familiar voice — has returned to the Park City in another highly visible role. Tim Quinn, longtime news director at WICC, was recently hired by the […] Continue Reading…


It’s official: Foster to take on Finch

In front of more than 50 friends and supporters at the Holiday Inn, former Bridgeport Bluefish owner Mary-Jane Foster officially announced her candidacy for mayor of Bridgeport saying, “My name is Mary-Jane Foster, I […] Continue Reading…


Rivals Sound Off At Forum

Lake Forest Association held a forum to introduce candidates that will be on the ballot in the Feb. 22 special election for the 136th District seat. They were Bob Keeley, Verna Kearney, Tom Lombard, […] Continue Reading…


Health Woes Blamed On ‘Illegal’ Company

The Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice and community members met with Mayor Bill Finch to address environmental problems in the city’s East End, a low-income neighborhood. Residents accuse Mark IV, company they say is operating […] Continue Reading…


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